There's a few awesome moments I have planned for my story.
In one storyline, the city is under attack by a necromancer summoning a horde of zombies, and the heroes have to stop him. Howard, the group's spell caster, attempts to face off the necromancer in a wizard duel, while Zaran holds back the zombie horde (the 3rd protagonist, Phil, is mostly useless here, so he just helps to get some bystandars to safety and provides a distraction). Zaran beats the crap out of the zombies for a while, but since there's hundreds of them she gets overran. Howard can't match the necromancer's power and is barely able to shield himself from his spells, but when the necromancer gets distracted he smashes him in the face with a quitar (it makes sense in the context), and point out that while he may be not as strong magically, he's not a frail old man like the necromancer.
In another storyline, Phil manages to stop an evil cult from committing a ritual sacrifice by shooting the sacrificial dagger off the cult leader's hand, ruining the ritual in process (so what if he was actually aiming for a headshot?).
Not quite as epic, but still kinda awesome, quite early in the story Zaran, after leaving after an argument with the other protagonists, comes to help them when they're getting their asses kicked, after which everybody apologises eachother.
The most awesome thing in the whole story is probably the final battle. The Herald (Big Bad
and a Physical God
), has captured Zaran in order to lure her father lord Maladath
to him, and demands his life in exchange for her safety. He declines and says he will not just surrender without a fight. This is despite the fact tat he has pretty much no chanse of winning and he knows it. They have a fairly long fight, but all of lord Maladath's attempts to harm the Herald are fruitless. He does, however, buy everybody else enough time to cast a very powerful spell that incapacitates the Herald, atleast temporarily, after which Maladath uses his last strenght to drop what is essentially a Magical Nuke
directly on the Herald (who is now unable to counter the spell or shielf himself). He was prepared to die in the blast himself, but Zaran manages to get him to safety (and has a smaller awesome moment when she picks up her father's sword to hold off the Herald who is starting to slowly regain his power as they escape).